MYSTERIOUS ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES

THESE SITES ARE CHOSEN AT RANDOM FROM HUNDREDS
 
THAT ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO EXIST
 
Site. Arizona. Coconino County. Hava Supai Canyon. 112.40w,
 
36.13n. 112w36n.

 

Hava Supai Canyon is near the Grand Canyon South Rim, ninety miles Northwest of Flagstaff. There is a frieze-like band of rock carvings here depicting many extinct American animals as well as a dinosaur like creature resembling a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

 

In October and November 1924 the Doheny archaeological expedition led by Samuel Hubbard, curator of Archeology at the Oakland Museum, Charles W. Gilmore, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the United States National Museum, discovered a rock painting in northern Arizona. The image resembles the figure of a standing Tyrannosaurus. The image is millions of years old. The expedition was funded by the oil magnate E.L. Doheny. Hubbard and Doheny had visited this area before.

 

The Tyrannosaurus is standing on its hind legs. The creature is supporting itself on its great tail as well as its legs.

 

Another petroglyph discovered by Harold T. Wilkins, depicts a Mammoth attacking a man that must have been a giant, at least ten feet tall. The local Indians stated that the drawings had been made by giants of long ago.

 

There are also depictions of the North American Rhinoceros and a Mammoth fighting a human who would have to be ten feet tall if drawn to scale. They are 20 feet above the canyon floor indicating that they might have been created when the canyon was shallower. The pictographs were made by chipping away at desert varnish or black scale on the surface of the red sandstone. The oxidic scale is very slow to form and is already over the pictographs.

 

Most of the petroglyphs are exposed to the weather with no indications of caves or overhanging protective rock ledges. The red sandstone that the area is composed of contains a trace of iron. Over time this iron content forms a thin black scale on the surface of the stone called desert varnish. By taking a sharp implement such as a piece of flint and cutting through this black surface the red sandstone is revealed. This picture is virtually imperishable and only weather can remove it.

 

There are also dinosaur tracks and fossils in the canyon.

 

The remains of a giant human and a mammoth have also been found here in undisturbed strata thirty million years old, 30,000,000 BC.

 

Site. Arizona. Gila River-San Juan River.

 

A colleague of Captain Walker, who explored Death Valley, discovered that the whole region between the Gila River and the San Juan River in Arizona was covered with the remains of extensive cities that were burnt out and vitrified in part, full of fused stones and craters caused by fires which were hot enough to liquefy rock or metal.

 

Rock vitrification again?

 

Wouldn’t this upset radiocarbon datings?

 

Site. Arizona. Pina County. Cochran.  111.09w, 33.06n.111w36n.

 

There are five well-preserved beehive dwellings here or structures built of mortarless Granite stone. They are 32 feet high and 72 feet around. Each has a doorway 6 feet high and 3 feet wide and a three-foot by five foot opening in the top rear of the dome. They might be kilns or ovens but this is uncertain. The beehives are one mile Southwest of the ghost town overlooking the West side of the Gila River.

 

Cochran ghost town is twenty air miles northeast of Florence.

 

Site. Arizona. Maricopa County. Camelback Mountain. 111.50w,
 
33.33n. 111w33n.

 

In 1959 Arizona State University students were digging in a cave in Camelback Mountain and came across remains thought to be thousands of years old. In the top layers of the excavation there were found dozens of bundles of reed cigarettes packed in salt. Each bundle was in multiples of four and the cigarettes had a perforated reed joint above the tobacco. The World’s oldest filter tips or the original Camel pack?

 

Site. Arizona. Navajo County. Winslow.  110.42w, 35.01n.
 
110w35n.

 

A human skull found in one of the many cliff dwellings near Winslow was described as being so large that a cowboy’s Stetson hat placed on it resembled one of the little hats that merrymakers wear on New Years Eve. The skull was of a giant human and it also had a gold tooth. Here are these strange giants again.

 

Site. Arizona. Pima County. Tucson. Silverbell Road. 111.03w,
 
32.19n. 111w32n.

 

At a place called Nine Mile Waterhole 6.5 miles Northwest of Tucson Charles E. Manier found a large lead cross buried in the embankment where the road had been cut through in 1924. Nearby were five large cylindrical brick ruins similar to the beehive structures found elsewhere in North America. Thirty lead crosses were eventually discovered. Even one cross with a line drawing of a Dinosaur on it was found along with another cross with freemason symbols. Other crosses had characters  that resembled Hebrew and another has a long snake coiled around it.

 

The large cross-shaped item had two halves bound together with rivets. When separated they were found to be covered with dense lines of inscriptions appearing to be Latin in an oddly confused style as well as a smattering of Hebrew characters.

 

Site. Arizona. Santa Cruz County. Crittenden. 110.43w, 31.34n.
 
110w31n.

 

In 1891 a number of workers excavating a basement for a commercial building uncovered a large clay sarcophagus or ceremonial coffin whilst excavating an older building. It contained the remains of a human being three metres high and with six toes on each foot.

 

Remember the six toes. They will reappear as well.

 

The sarcophagus was clay and eight feet below the ground with a Granite mummy case inside of it. The body was 12 feet tall. Carving on the case showed that the man had six toes, long hair and wore a bird shaped headdress. The bones were so old that they had turned to dust. Interestingly enough many giants in ancient legends had twelve digits.

 

Sites. Arkansas.

 

Site. Arkansas. Carroll County. Berryville. 93.34w, 36.22n. 93w36n.

 

Eight miles Southeast of Berryville on private land between the Prescott farm and Brushy Creek there is a rock outcropping that holds a neat rectangular doorway about four feet high by 18 inches wide. Behind the opening is a meandering passage that leads to a small circular chamber. The structure is manmade and of great age and built presumably for dwarves. The structure was already here when white settlers first came to the area. It is not a root cellar as only dwarves could have used it.

 

Site. Arkansas. Greene County. Near Finch. Crowleys Ridge.
 
90.33w, 36.03n. 90w36n.

 

Eight miles southwest of Paragould and ten miles north of Finch a stone statue was discovered in a gravel pit of which there are many in the range of hills. The description of it was part Egyptian and part Mongoloid and it lay ten feet deep. The four foot tall sculptured head was named “King Crowley” and it had a valentine shaped symbol of copper inlaid on its chest and gold eyeballs which were made of two flat inlaid buttons of gold. The figure had a squared, protruding chin, small tightlipped mouth, a short nose and a furrowed brow.  Copper earplugs the shape of thumbtacks were attached to holes in the ears. Along with the statue were a gold ring, a small coffer made of volcanic pumice and many carvings of men, astronomical symbols and animals. The finds were discovered by a gentleman named Rowlands. The layer of gravel dated back 175,000 years ago, 175,000 BC.

 

Site. Arkansas. Yell County. near Bluffton. Aikman Mounds. 93.36w,
 
34.54n. 93w34n.

 

Midway between Fort Smith and Hot Springs the mounds have been found to contain large numbers of human skulls that appear to have been crushed or clubbed to death. There were also large quantities of bracelets, rings and animal bones. The skulls date to  8,000 BP, 6,000 BC.

 

In 1898 Professor Edwin Walters found a mass grave  in Yell County near Fort Smith. In a 30-acre area he found huge numbers of skeletons with crushed skulls or spearheads lying among the ribs. There were one hundred thousand deaths and the bones are  8,000 years BP, 6,000 BC. Was there a massacre here of horrendous proportions in this period?

 

 How do we explain the huge population density then for one hundred thousand people to be in one place was unknown in prehistoric times as there would be no infrastructure to support or mobilize them. Were they all rounded up and slaughtered in one place or was it a war between two enormous armies, for those times, of fifty thousand people each?

 

Site. Arkansas. Saint Francis County.  90.25w, 35.05n. 90w35n.

 

Across the Mississippi from Memphis there was speculation about the remains of canals, artificial lakes with paved bottoms, huge mound complexes and evidence of extensive human occupation.

 

Atlantic Coast. Eastern United
 
States.

 

In January 1967 the deepsea diving submarine “Aluminaut” discovered an undersea road off the coast of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. It extends to depths of  3,000 feet and is paved with manganese dioxide. Gulf Stream currents keep the pavement clean of sediment so that it resembles a blacktop road. Wheels were attached to the Aluminaut and it actually rode along the deposits. When was this road built?

 

Sites. California.

 

In California in 1952 an artesian well specialist Frederick Hehr discovered at a depth of 37 feet the remains of an iron chain embedded in solid sandstone. A photograph of it dating from 1955 shows a block of stone with one large ring connected to a number of smaller ones. This was at the junction of Clark and Nye Counties with the California stateline.

 

In 1895 the Chicago Record printed the story of the sensational find of an unknown type of animal bigger than an Elephant which had been found together with the fossil remains of men and women eight and nine feet tall.

 

A fantastic human skull of great size was found somewhere in California. It had double dentition or a double row of teeth.

 

In 1851 a Mr Hiram de Witt discovered an iron nail with a perfect head in a piece of auriferous quartz that he had dropped accidentally. The iron nail had a perfect head.

 

Site. California. Alameda County. Berkeley-Oakland. 122.16w,
 
37.52n. 122w37n.

 

Around Berkeley there are mysterious and ancient walls of stone with no apparent purpose. They are rather ordinary looking and survive in sections from 20 feet to 200 yards long. They vary from 2 feet to 5 feet tall and are 4 feet wide at ground level. This indicates that the walls were originally much higher. The rock goes down ten inches below the surface. Some of the rocks weigh more than 200 pounds. The walls extend nearly seven miles into the Oakland Hills. They do not appear to be animal corrals or pens either. They are mainly straight. Some intersect at angles and there are distances of parallel walls separated by ten yards or so but no indications that they form enclosures.

 

Many of the rocks weigh hundreds of pounds and some of the stones in the walls weigh up to one ton. They are chiefly located around Vollmer and Grizzly Peaks, a gully on the South slope of Mount Baldy and overlooking Redwood Canyon on the South side of Round Top.

 

The structures consist of loose piles of rocks strung along in straight, curved and sometimes even parallel lines. Weathering and lichen covering as well as the fact that they are now embedded in a soil rise of one foot on average indicates extremely great age.

 

Site. California. Alameda County. San Antonio Waterfall. 121.48w, 37.35n. 121w37n.

 

There was a cave under the San Antonio Waterfall recorded in 1834 to have one of its walls covered in hieroglyphics but so adorned with moss and eroded with age that there was nothing intelligible left on it.

 

Site. California. Butte County. Cherokee.  121.32w, 39.38n.
 
121w39n.

 

A few miles North of Oroville in Butte County several mortars have been found dug out of shafts dug in 1854 by two different individuals. The mortars were in blue gravels under the auriferous gravel formation and the volcanic outflows. At another site called Sugar Loaf near Cherokee in 1858 in place forty feet under the surface was a mortar in blue gravel. The blue gravel never comes near to the surface and extends under the Oroville volcanic mesa. The blue gravel is older than 23.9 million years and is Eocene possibly up to 38 million years old, 38,000,000 BC.

 

Another report states that three stone mortars had been found in undisturbed gravel capped by basalt in Cherokee. These gravels had been deposited by an ancient river system predating the basalt.

 

Site. California. Calaveras County. Nr Murphys. Mercer Caverns.
 
Mercer’s Cave. 120.26w, 38.08n. 120w38n.

 

There was human occupation of Mercer’s Cave in the Quaternary period up to 600,000 BC.

 

Site. California. Calaveras County. San Andreas. 120.40w, 38.11n.
 
120w38n.

 

Near the town at a depth of 144 feet below the surface a number of stone mortars and other unspecified artifacts were discovered. All were in rock strata five million years old, 5,000,000 BC.

 

The implements were found in gravel under the volcanic strata. San Andreas is only 32 kilometres away from Table Mountain in Tuolomne County where a large number of impossible age artifacts have been found.

 

 Site. California. El Dorado County. Clay Hill. 120.47w, 38.43n.
 
120w38n.

 

In 1853 a shaft was being sunk between Placerville Creek and Big Canon. It is capped with a stratum of basaltic lava eight feet thick. Below this are thirty feet of sand, gravel and clay. The country rock was slightly capped and resting on it was a dense stratum of clay. Human bones were found in the clay. They were quite firmly cemented together but on exposure to the air began to crumble. The andesitic deposits on top of Clay Hill are Pleiocene or Miocene in age making the bones at least two to seven million years old, 2,000,000 BC to 7,000,000 BC.

 

Site. California. El Dorado County. Missouri Tunnel. 120.53w, 39.01n.
 
120w39n.

 

The Missouri Tunnel runs from the Devils Canon southerly into the ridge between it and the middle fork of the American River, a little above Yankee Jim’s. The region is deeply covered in volcanic materials. In the tunnel under the lava two human bones were found. One was a leg bone. Andesite deposits in the vicinity of the Missouri tunnel are 8.7 million years old, 8,700,000 BC. The bones would have to be older then.

 

Site. California. El Dorado County. Spanish Creek. 120.46w,
 
38.34n. 120w34n.

 

 A Mr Ford reported that near the head of Spanish Creek a perfect mortar and pestle were found in the gravel beneath the volcanic matter. The strata were five million years old, 5,000,000 BC.

 

Site. California. Inyo County. China Lake.  117.38w, 35.39n.
 
117w35n.

 

There is a geometrical figure in a cave drawing that resembles a normal slide-rule in a double frame.

 

Near China Lake in Inyo County there are drawings that show rings, Stars, spheres, many coloured rays and figures of Gods.

 

On a rock was found a drawing of a Tyrannosaurus Rex with something in its front paws resembling a man.

 

More dinosaurs?

 

Site. California. Inyo County. Death Valley. 116.50w, 36.10n.
 
116w36n.

 

In Death Valley there is ample fossil and skeletal evidence to indicate that the area was once a tropical paradise with ample lakes and forests for habitation. It is now an area of total desolation.

 

The ruins of an ancient town, which must have been destroyed by an ancient catastrophe, have been found in Death Valley in the Nevada Desert. Traces of melted rocks and sand can be seen. The heat of a volcanic eruption would not have been enough to melt rocks. Not a blade of grass grows in the district.

 

A Captain Walker was the first to see one of the ruined cities, the centrepiece of which was a huge rock, between 20 to 30 feet high with the remains of an enormous structure upon it. The southern side of both the rock and the building was melted and vitrified.

 

Captain Walker wrote of Death Valley in 1850. The city extended for about one mile. There are signs of a volcanic eruption with carbonized or vitrified blocks the result of some terrible catastrophe. In the centre of this true American Pompei there is a rocky spur twenty to thirty feet high on which the ruins of gigantic constructions can be seen. The buildings at the southern extremity look as if they had been in a furnace and the rock on which they are built shows signs of having been melted. The local Indians have no legends of the area but the ruins fill them with superstitious terror. There have never been volcanic eruptions in the Death Valley though.

 

Dr Martin states that in Death Valley there are misshapen trees and a large population of Reptiles, fumes that make it fatal to human life and weird lights sometimes in shapes resembling human beings which move through the darkness, sometimes slowly and sometimes with the speed of lightning. They rush skywards in columns of fire.

 

In 1898 the Cowden brothers uncovered the skeletal remains of a human being 100,000 years old, 100,000 BC. It was a giant female and the bones were petrified and crystallized in places and the bone marrow had opalized. In the same strata were the remains of prehistoric Camels and other mammals as well as an elephant-like creature with four tusks and not two as well as towering tree ferns, petrified palm trees and fossilized fish. There were several extra buttons at the base of the spine and a possible tail like appendage. The canine teeth were twice the size of modern man. The woman was 7.5 feet tall and found at a depth of five feet in a hard rock formation of conglomerate containing small amounts of silica. There were also hand hewn caves high up in the chalk like cliffs that were almost inaccessible from either top or bottom approaches. The area must have been an inland Sea or an inlet of the Pacific Ocean at the time.

 

Beehive structures or kilns of unknown age have been found in Death Valley.

 

In a newspaper report from August, 4, 1947 there is mention of the discovery of mummies in caverns by a Dr F. Bruce Russell who discovered these finds originally in 1931. These mummies were of men eight to nine feet tall and were clothed in garments consisting of medium length jackets and trousers extending slightly below the knees. The material resembled gray dyed sheepskin. In another cavern there appeared to be a ritual hall together with devices and marking similar to those used by Masons. In a long tunnel were the well-preserved remains of elephants and tigers. Hieroglyphics were also found chiseled on polished granite. The caverns were found in an area of 180 miles square and covering much of southern Nevada from Death valley, California, to Arizona.

 

Bourke Lee in his book “Death Valley Men”, MacMillan Co, New York, 1932, discussed Paihute Indian legends of the area as well as the discovery of an underground city by two men, Jack and Bill, which they claimed to have discovered after one of them had fallen through an old mine shaft. Inside the city were perfectly preserved mummies that wore thick armbands and wielded gold spears. They found out by accident that the city had been previously lit by a system of lights fed by subterranean gases. They also claimed to have seen a polished round table that appeared as if it was in a council chamber. They also claimed to have seen statues of solid gold, stone vaults full of gold bars and gemstones and huge stone doors that were perfectly balanced by counterweights as well as other fantastic sights. The two miners followed the caverns upwards until they opened up onto the face of the Panamints, half way up the eastern slope in the form of a few ancient tunnel-like quays. Below them was the Furnace Creek Ranch and Wash.

 

Local superstitions in the area by the local indigenous inhabitants state that the area is to be shunned as it is taboo and the abode of spirits and only death will greet you there.

 

There are quite a few local stories of subterranea stretching for miles under the Valley and that some of these tunnels have naturally mummified bodies of people who appear to have died suddenly in them. Were these the terrified populace of the melted city above that had met an invisible death in the city’s bunkers whilst their homes melted and burnt above them?

 

Also in Death Valley there is the Racetrack Playa where odd things have been happening for many years. There are stones here, large and small, that constantly move about leaving furrows where they have traveled yet never being seen to actually move though this has occurred thousands  of times. These stones range from pebbles to six hundred pound boulders and the cause of the phenomenon is unknown.

 

Are all the phenomena of Death Valley related in some way?

 

Site. California. Inyo County. Death Valley. Titus Canyon. 117.10w,
 
36.49n. 117w36n.

 

Prehistoric people cut strange petroglyphs onto the walls of Titus Canyon in a remote part of Death Valley. There are depictions of sheep and lizards and something like an upside-down candelabrum. Also there are various triangles, diamonds, zigzag lines and one incomplete set of wavy lines radiating out from a circle.

 

Site. California. Inyo County. Coso Range. Olancha. 118.00w,
 
36.20n 118w36n.

 

In 1961 treasure seekers looking for geodes found one geode with something different inside it. Inside the geode that was not hollow was an unknown stone with an iridescent surface that had been formed under the effect of intense heat. In its core was a shining metal rod two millimetres in diameter and seventeen millimetres long.

 

On February 13th, 1961, Mike Mikesell, Wallace Lane and Virginia Maxey were collecting fossils about five miles North of Olancha for their shop. Geodes are hollow spherical or oval stones that are lined with crystals. The particular stone bore traces of fossil shells and the next day when they attempted to cut it in half they broke their diamond saw. In cross-section the exceptionally hard material was like porcelain or ceramic with a shining two-millimeter rod in the middle. X-rays were taken and showed Porcelain; copper and metal like electrical equipment. It resembles a sparkplug.

 

Technically it is not a geode as it is composed of hardened clay mixed with biological elements. There was an incrustation of fossil elements on it.

 

There are what appear to be ancient mines in the area but there are no records of any of them being worked by white people.

 

Site. California. Los Angeles County. Elysian Park.  118.14w,
 
34.05n. 118w34n.

 

A distinct imprint in solid stone has been found. It is similar to antique Mexican fashion with a high narrow heel and a broad flat sole. The imprint is perfectly clear and looks as if it were pressed into soft mud a day or two ago. It is a right foot. The imprint was found by labourers making a deep cut out of solid rock four feet below the surface and seventy feet above the bottom of a little canyon at the hill’s base in the northeast corner of the park. Soil is fine-grained shale impregnated with Lime. Ferns, leaves and twig imprints were also found as well as the complete outline of a fish twenty feet below the surface. The discovery was reported in 1897. This was mentioned in the Los Angeles “Herald” as well as “The Morning Star”, Savannah, Georgia, April 13 1897.

 

Site. California. Los Angeles County. Santa Catalina Island.
 
118.25w, 33.23n. 118w33n.

 

The remains of dwarf mammoths have been found here that were roasted in ancient pit fires. The mammoths were roasted and eaten by humanlike creatures who were giants with double rows of teeth. The same as Santa Rosa Island and Lopock Rancho nearby? We know that the dwarf mammoth has been extinct since the Cataclysm of nine to ten thousand BC.

 

Site. California. Mariposa County. Yosemite. Bridalvale Falls. 119.38w, 37.43n. 119w37n.

 

In July 1895, a party of miners working near the falls found the tomb of a woman whose skeletal remains indicated that she stood six feet eight inches tall. Mr G. F. Martindale, who was in charge of the miners, had noticed a pile of stones that seemed to have been placed against the wall of a cliff in an unnatural formation. The miners removed the stones and found a wall of rock that had been shaped and fitted together with knowledgeable masonry. The joints between the blocks were a uniform thickness of one eighth of an inch. Thinking there was treasure inside the miners tore the wall down. Only the mummified corpse lay on a rock ledge that had been carved from the natural stone. The miners were not interested in the giant mummy and then found another vault. Within this vault was the mummy of a woman clutching a child to her breast. The mummy was six feet eight inches tall and when alive must have been somewhat taller. The corpse was wrapped in animals’ skins and covered with a fine grey powder.

 

 

Site. California. Orange County. Bolsa Chica. 118.01w, 33.43n.
 
118w43n.

 

The Topanga culture that was resident here in  8,000 BP, 6,000 BC, produced masses of unusual artifacts that resemble cogs and gears of astonishing craftsmanship and accuracy. They have uniform grooves, cusps, cups or sprocket teeth around their edges with thicknesses up to two inches thick. The cog stones are only found in the present Los Angeles Basin and the West half of San Diego County and the Channel Islands as well as in the Santa Ana River Valley in Ventura County. About one in six of the cogs are perforated by a circular hole that is conical and not straight through. There are elliptical holes and double conical holes. Were these parts of machines?  Nothing else of this technological skill has been found here.

 

Some of the cogs have rounded cookie cutter cogs on their outer edges. Others have hemispherical dents sunk in around the rim. All of these features are regular and precisely spaced. The quality of the workmanship would be difficult to perform even with modern tools. The cog stones are only found underneath levels of artifacts that are among the crudest in North America. Why do we often find advanced technology coming prior to primitive technology?

 

Site. California. Riverside County. Anza-Borrego Desert. 116.18,
 
33.08n. 116w33n.

 

An incised Elephant bone from 250,000 years ago was found in southern California, 250,000 BC.

 

Sites. California. Riverside County. Blythe. 114.36w, 33.36n.
 
114w33n.

 

There is a giant figure here in the desert that is 180 feet long that can only be seen from the air. Its age is unknown and it is similar to those of Nazca and other places in South America.

 

Site. California. Riverside County. Santa Ana River Valley. 117.52, 
 
33.57n. 117w33n.

 

The Topanga culture that was resident here in  8,000 BP, 6,000 BC, produced masses of unusual artifacts that resemble cogs and gears of astonishing craftsmanship and accuracy. They have uniform grooves, cusps, cups or sprocket teeth around their edges with thicknesses up to two inches thick. The cog stones are only found in the present Los Angeles Basin and the West half of San Diego County and the Channel Islands as well as in the Santa Ana River Valley as well as in Ventura County. About one in six of the cogs is perforated by a circular hole that is conical and not straight through. There are elliptical holes and double conical holes. Were these parts of machines?  Nothing else of this technological skill has been found here.

 

Some of the cogs have rounded cookie cutter cogs on their outer edges. Others have hemispherical dents sunk in around the rim. All of these features are regular and precisely spaced. The quality of the workmanship would be difficult to perform even with modern tools. The cog stones are only found underneath levels of artifacts that are among the crudest in North America. Why do we often find advanced technology coming prior to primitive technology?

 

 

Site. California. Sacramento County. Sacramento. 121.30w, 38.34n.
 
121w38n.

 

Several monoliths covered with weird writing were discovered near here.

  

Site. California. San Bernardino County. Mojave Desert. Calico
 
Hills. Yermo. 116.49w, 34.54n. 116w34n.

 

Louis Leakey discovered a crude stone tool manufacturing industry at Calico in southern California that dated back 200,000 years to 500,000 years by others, 200,000 BC to 500,000 BC.

 

The site was near Yermo.

 

Site. California. San Bernardino County. Mojave Desert. 116w, 35.30n.
 
116w35n.

 

In prehistoric rock strata the print of a sandal was discovered. It appeared to have been manufactured rather than hand made.

 

There are sites in the Mojave, Mohave, desert where there are circular patches of fused glass.

 

The patches are described as circular or polygonal areas of a hard substance like opaque glass.

 

A stratigraphic layer of fused green glass has been found here that could only have been caused by a nuclear explosion.

 

Site. California. San Bernardino County. Mojave Maze. 115.31w,
 
35.00n. 115w35n.

 

About one hundred miles up the Colorado River almost hidden to ground level eyes and almost inaccessible among towering rock buttes there is an array of neatly cut trenches in dry lake bottoms. This is the Mojave Maze and the local Mojave Indians insist that it was here well before they came.

 

Site. California. San Bernardino County. Mojave Desert. Pisgah and
 
Amboy Craters. 116.22w, 34.44n. 116w34n.

 

The Chemehuevis Indians of the Mojave Desert belong to the linguistic family of the Mojaves, Cocopas, Halchidhomas, Yumas and Maricopas. In their mythology they tell of a Humming Star that came from Heaven and landed in the desert. While the terror stricken Indians watched the event the humming Star burrowed into the ground and released streams of lava that originated the Pisgah and Amboy craters.

 

 

 

Site. California. San Diego County. Del Mar. 117.15w, 32.57n.
 
117w32n.

 

The skull of a Homo Sapiens or Cro-Magnon man were found in the cliffs by Dr Rogers, director of science at the Museum of Man at San Diego and Dr Bada, Professor of marine biology at the Scripps institute of Oceanography, as more than fifty thousand years old, possibly 65000years old, 50,000 BC to 65000BC. The brain in the skull was large enough for the highest intelligence. Quite capable of observing and measuring astronomical cycles. Nearby is Texas Street, San Diego where hearths and stone tools dating from the last Interglacial period have been found. They are 80,000 to 90,000 years old, 80,000 BC to 90,000 BC and were discovered by American archeologist George Carter in 1950.

 

Site. California. San Diego County. Mission Valley. 117.12w, 32.45n.
 
117w32n.

 

A human made artifact found here was dated at 100,000 BC.

 

Site. California. San Diego County. San Diego. 117.08w, 32.42n.
 
117w32n.

 

Hearths and stone tools dating from the last Interglacial period have been found in Texas Street and Crown Point. They are 80,000 to 90,000 years old, 80,000 BC to 90,000 BC.

 

A 1970 rainstorm exposed stone tools in a canyon here in an exposed streambed. The tools appear to be one hundred thousand years old, 100,000 BC. The age was estimated by Professor George F. Carter of Texas A and M University.

 

Lll Site. California. San Joaquin Valley.

 

At a depth of thirty feet below the surface whilst excavating a well a plummet, a gum tree leaf shaped object with a hole near its round and not its pointy end used for gauging perpendicular to the horizon for building purposes when held by a string, was found. This plummet was in incredibly old strata that it should not have been found in.

 

Site. California. Santa Barbara County.

 

Bowl-shaped mortars, graceful sandstone pestles, serpentine cups and steatite tobacco pipes have been found in gravel beds underneath basalt flows near Santa Barbara.

 

In 1940 Dr Asbjourn Ousdal discovered an inscribed stone bowl inside a block of solid sandstone near the summit of a hill in the Santa Barbara Range. 

 

Site. California. Santa Barbara County. Lompock Rancho. 120.27w,
 
34.38n. 120w34n.

 

South of San Luis Obispo in 1833 some soldiers discovered during excavations a skeleton 3.65 metres long surrounded by worked shells, heavy axes of stone and boulders covered in unintelligible writing.

 

About 60 miles Northwest of Santa Barbara soldiers digging a pit for the storage of gunpowder broke through a layer of cemented gravel and found a 12 foot human skeleton surrounded by carved shells, huge stone axes and blocks of porphyry covered with unintelligible symbols. The skull had double dentition, a double row of teeth on both upper and lower jaws. When local Indians started attaching religious significance to the find the authorities ordered it secretly buried. The giants discovered at Clearwater in Missouri also had double dentition.

 

The giant was identified as male.

 

Site. California. Santa Barbara County. Off Santa Barbara. 119.45w,
 
34.00n. 119w34n.

 

Off the coast of Santa Barbara there are islands with the remains of fortifications erected by a vanished race called the Chumash. The fortifications have been vitrified from above.

 

Artifacts have been found here that date back 70,000 years, 6 8,000 BC. According to legend the Chumash were a race of giants.

 

Site. California. Santa Barbara County. Santa Maria. 120.26w,
 
34.57n. 120w37n.

 

A giant skeleton was found surrounded by worked shells, heavy stone axes and boulders covered in unintelligible writing. This giant must have been one of the legendary Chumash race who inhabited the islands off the coast here as well as the mainland.

 

Site. California. Santa Barbara County. Santa Rosa Island.
 
120.06w,  33.58n. 120w33n.

 

There are the remains of a human settlement here that dates back by C-14 dating to 29,600 years, 27,600 BC.

 

A fire pit showed no traces of Carbon-14 at all thus showing a minimum age of 40,000 years, 3 8,000 BC. There were crude chopping tools in the pit along with the bones of a bull-sized species of Mammoth.

 

The remains of a giant man with double rows of dentition, or double dentition, were found here in the Nineteenth Century. He and his descendants feasted on the small Elephants that used to live here and vanished countless ages ago. The giant with the double teeth was similar to the skeleton found at Lompock rancho in 1833. The giants of these islands were the extinct Chumash. The giant human had a double row of upper teeth and a double row of lower teeth.

  

Site. California. Santa Clara County. Milpitas. 121.54w, 37.25n.
 
121w37n.

 

East of Milpitas there are odd walls of stone running across open grassland.

 

Near Milpitas there are mysterious and ancient walls of stone with no apparent purpose. They are rather ordinary looking and survive in sections from 20 feet to 200 yards long. They vary from 2 feet to 5 feet. They are 4 feet wide at ground level. This indicates that the walls were originally much higher. The rock goes down ten inches below the surface. Some of the rocks weigh more than 200 pounds. The walls extend nearly seven miles into the Oakland Hills. They do not appear to be animal corrals or pens either. They are mainly straight. Some intersect at angles and there are distances of parallel walls separated by ten yards or so but no indications that they form enclosures.

 

Site. California. Santa Clara County. Sunnyvale. 122.01w, 37.22n.
 
122w37n.

 

Aspartic acid racemization dating found a date of 70,000 years plus for human bone found here, 70,000 BC. It was so old that no radiocarbon was in the skeleton.

 

Were the walls in Milpitas in Santa Clara County the same age as the bones?

 

Site. California. Shasta County. Potter Creek Cave. 122.16w, 40.46n. 122w40n.

 

The fauna of the cave indicates the middle or later Quaternary period, 300,000 BC. Evidence was found there for the existence of man in this period.

 

Site. California. Shasta County. Samwel Cave. 122.13w, 40.55n.
 
122w40n.

 

The fauna of the cave indicates the Quaternary period but later than Potter Creek, 300,000 BC.

 

Lll Site. California. Shasta County. Stone Man Cave.

 

There was human occupation of the cave here in the Quaternary period, 600,000 BC.

 

Site. California. Siskiyou County.  122.30w, 41.45n. 122w41n.

 

Stone mortars were found in blue gravel overlaid by auriferous quartz and volcanic lava dating back to 23.8 million years, 23,800.000 BC.

 

Site. California. Trinity County. 123.00w, 40.45n. 123w40n.

 

Stone mortars were found in blue gravel deposits over 23.8 million years old, 23,800,000 BC.

 

Site. California. Tulare County. Mount Whitney. 118.17w,
 
36.34n.118w36n.

 

Giant fossilized human footprints have been reported to be found here.

 

Site. California. Tulare County. Tulare.  119.20w, 36.12n. 119w36n.

 

There are very similar figures to those at Tassili in North Africa on rock faces near Tulare.

 

Site. California. Tuolomne County. Buchanan Canyon. 120.10w,
 
37.54n. 120w37n.

 

Renaud excavated stone tools 200,000 years old from the middle Pleistocene here, 200,000 BC.

 

Site. California. Tuolomne County. Table Mountain. 118.28w,
 
36.39n. 118w36n.

 

On the western edge of Yosemite National Park, northwest of Needles. The mountain is honeycombed with goldmines into gravel 33 to 55 million years old.

 

The remains of extinct mastodons, mammoths, bison, tapirs, horses, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and camels dating to the Pleiocene era were discovered here.

 

A human skull was found at Calaveras in California in the middle of Table Mountain under a thick layer of Granite.

 

The whole mountain had formed since the man to whom the skull belonged had died.

 

The Calaveras skull was found in a shaft one hundred and fifty feet deep under five beds of lava and volcanic tufa and four beds of auriferous gravel.

 

On February 15, 1866, Mr Mattison, the principal owner of the mine on Bald Hill near Angels Creek removed the skull from a layer of gravel 130 feet below the surface. The gravel was near the bedrock underneath several distinct layers of volcanic material. The gravel the skull was found in was older than the Pleiocene, at least seven million years old, 7,000,000 BC. The skull was under a layer of basalt and was sent to the office of the State Survey in June that same year. Eventually the skull came into the possession of Dr. L. Wyman of Harvard College who removed the encasing material around the cranium. Dr. Wyman and an associate named Professor Whitney identified the skull as a very modern type but noted that the fragments of bones and gravel and shells were so tightly wedged into the cavities of the skull that there was no mistake as to the character of the situation in which it was found. The skull along with the artifacts found with it was twelve million years old.

 

Stone tools and human bones were found by miners under the mountain in thick gold bearing gravel sealed beneath layers of a volcanic material called latite. The latite lava cap is nine million years old and 300 feet thick near the town of Sonora. Among the artifacts found are a handle for a bow made of siliceous slate with little notches at the end, one or two spear heads from six to eight inches long and several scoops or ladles with well shaped handles. These deposits are 33.5 to 55 million years old, 33,500,000 BC to 55,000,000 BC. There was also a stone muller of obviously artificial origin taken directly from a load of dirt coming directly from under the mountain. A human jaw was also found in the gravel beds under the basalt cap of the mountain.

 

 In July 1857, a skull fragment was found under Table Mountain, 180 feet below the surface, under the latite cap, in gold drift among rolled stones and Mastodon debris. Overlying strata of basaltic compactness and hardness. Found in the Valentine Shaft of the Columbia Claim South of Shaw’s Flat by Mr Albert Walton. There was gold bearing gravel adhering to the skull. A stone mortar fifteen inches across had also been found in the Valentine mine at 180 feet below ground level. The skull fragment could be from nine million to 55 million years old. Other sources state that a Mr Paul Hubbs of Vallejo discovered the human crania.

 

In 1853 Oliver W. Stevens visited the Sonora tunnel about half a mile from Shaw’s Flat at the time there was a car load of auriferous quartz coming out of the mountain from which Mr Stevens picked out a Mastodon tooth in a good state of preservation though which afterwards was partly broken revealing a hollow with iron sulphide or pyrites in it. At the same time there was also a relic there that resembled a large alabaster bead about 1.5 inches long by 1.25 inches with a hole through it one quarter of an inch in size. The bead was marble. The hole was filled with iron pyrites. The car had come from 200 feet under the mountain at a depth of 125 feet under the basalt cap. This would indicate that the bead and the tooth were from the same deposit and between nine million and 55 million years old, 9,000,000 BC to 55,000,000 BC. Mr Stevens also made affidavit that he had also removed a large stone bowl from the lowest level tunnel that same year.

 

On a mining claim owned by the Stainless Company in 1858 opposite O’Byrn’s Ferry on the Stanislaus river a Mr Carvin dug out a stone hatchet with a hole through it for a handle, near the middle. It was four inches across the edge and length six inches. Human hands evidently made it. The relic was found in about sixty to sixty-seven feet from the surface in the gravel under the basalt and about 300 feet from the mouth of the tunnel. There were also stone mortars found about the same time and place.

 

In 1862 Llewellyn Pierce dug up a stone mortar 31.5 inches in circumference from gravel 1,800 feet from the Boston Tunnel Company mine tunnel entrance and 200 feet under the surface, under the basalt cap, which was 60 feet deep. As large as a sixteen gallon milk bucket and would weigh about 75 pounds. The mortar was carved out of a large oval block of hornblende Andesite leaving a hole 4.75 inches wide by 3.75 inches deep. The overall mass is 31.5 inches across. The mortar was 33 million to 55 million years old, 33,000,000 BC to 55,000,000 BC. Along with the mortar was a small oval tablet of darkcoloured slate with a melon and leaf carved design in bas-relief. Other sources state that the stone mortar was found in the Valentine shaft.

 

In 1877 Mr H. Neale was Superintendent of the Montezuma Tunnel Company. At a distance of between 1,400 and  1,500 feet from the tunnel mouth and between 200 and 300 feet underground beyond the edge of the solid lava Mr Neale saw several spearheads of some dark rock and nearly one foot in length. On exploring further he found a small mortar three or four inches in diameter and of irregular shape within a foot or two of the spearheads. He then found a large formed pestle and nearby a large and regular mortar. All objects were within one foot of the bedrock and found in the same afternoon. No trace of disturbance or fissure at all. They were between 33 and 55 million years old, 33,000,000 BC to 55,000,000 BC. The relics were mixed in a substance like charcoal.

 

In 1869 Clarence King, director of the survey of the Fortieth Parallel and a respected Geologist, was conducting research at Tuolomne Table Mountain. At one point close to the high bluff of basalt capping a recent wash had swept away all talus and exposed the underlying compact auriferous gravel beds. In inspecting for fossils he observed the fractured head of what appeared to be a cylindrical mass of stone. After considerable difficulty he forced it out. It left behind a perfect cast of itself and was a polished stone pestle. The object was over nine million years old and was under the later basalt and Glacial deposits, 9,000,000 BC. The pestle is four inches long and is now in the Smithsonian.

 

Also in these strata were found spearheads, ladles with handles, and a notched slate object like a handle for a bow. There were also a stone grinding tool and a human jawbone. Also a stone mortar used for grinding food was found in a horizontal mineshaft 180 feet below the ground surface beneath the lava cap which itself is nine million years old, 9,000,000 BC. A fragment of fossilized human skull was also found in the same mine.

 

In 1858 in a shaft over sixty feet below the surface and some three hundred feet into the mountain a six-inch stone axe was found and it had a four-inch wide cutting edge. A hole had been drilled through it to take a wooden handle. Nearby were found a number of stone mortars.

 

In 1862 another stone mortar three inches in diameter was found two hundred feet below the surface and 1,800 feet along the mine tunnel. It was carved out of Andesite, the nearest source of which was one hundred miles away.

 

In 1863 a Mr Snell from nearby Sonora loosened a stone grinding disc from amongst fossils.

 

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